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Deed without a name, 49.

and flighty purpose, 50.

Deeds, ill done, 54.

, necessity excused his devil-
ish, 117.

, we live in, 282.

Deep, vasty, spirits from the, M.

yet clear, 107.

, in the lowest, a lower, 115.

Deer, rats, and such small, 71.

, let the strucken, go weep,

83.

Defence, immodest words admit
of no, 136.

Defer, 't is madness to, 174.

Degrees, fine by, 147.

Deliberation sat and public care,
113.

Delight to pass away the time, 61.
in this fool's paradise, 221.

Delightful task, 183.
Democraty, wielded at will that

fierce, 120.
Den, beard the lion in his, 253.
Denied, he comes too near who

comes to be, 171.
Denmark, something rotten in, 78.
Depart, loth to, 147.
Derby dilly, 226.
Descent, claims of long, 281.
Description, beggared all, 69.
Desert, my dwelling-place, 262.
Desire, kindle soft, 138.

bloom of young, 194.

Despair, love can hope where

reason would, 91.

, shall I wasting in, 100.

, depth of some divine, 280.

Despond, slough of, 143.
Destruction, pride goeth before, 7
Devil can cite Scripture, M.

, give the, his due, M.

, tell truth and shame the,

56.

Days of lang svne, 223.

, sweet childish, 228.

, one of those heavenly, 231.

, race of other, 287.

, the melancholy, 285.

Daystar, so sinks the, 124.
Dead and turned to clay, M. , he mourns the, who lives

as they desire, 175.

, not, but gone before, 277.

, past bury its, 287.

Death, they were not divided in, 2.

in the pot, 3.

in the midst of life, 13.

, wages of sin is, 20.

, where '.s thy sting, 22.

, be thou faithful unto, M.

most in apprehension, 31.

, the way to dusty, 52.

, the valiant taste but

once, 66.

grinned horrible, 114.

. shook his dart, 119.

, soul under the ribs of, 122.

to us, play to you, 129.

-, ruling passion strong in,

159.

-, cowards sneak to, 172.

urges, 175.

, nature never made, 176.

loves a shining mark, 177.

, cruel as, 185.

, a simple child know of,

228.

rides on every breeze, 258.

Death's pale flag, 74.

Deathbed's a detector of the heart,

176.

, ask, 175.

Debt, a double, to pay, 204.
Decay, seen my fondest hopes,

MIL
Decay's effacing fingers, 263.
December, seek roses in, 268.
Decencies, those thousand, 118.

, daily flows from, 118.

, content to dwell in,

159.
Decency, want of, want of sense,

136. * , emblems right meet of,

193.
Deed, so shines a good, 38. , the attempt not the, 47.

, resist the, M.

take the hin'most, 132.

hunting for one fair female,

142. , the bane of all that dreads

the, 229.

hath not in his quiver, Mo.

was sick, 294.

a monk was he, 294.

, go, poor, 299.

Dog, not one to throw at a, M.

, and bay the moon, 68.

will have his day, 86.

, whose, are you, 168.

went mad, 205.

it was that died, 205.

, something better than his,

279.

, hunts in dreams like a, 279.

Dogs eat of the crumbs, 16.

, throw physic to the, 51.

of war, let slip the, M.

, the little and all, 71.

delight to bark and bite, 180.

Dome, him of the western, 140.
Domestic happiness, 212.
Dominions, the sun never sets, in

my, 308.
Done quickly, M.
Doom, stretch out to the crack of,

50.

Dew, thaw and resolve itself into
a, 76.

, chaste as morning, 177.

Dewdrop from the lion's mane, 64.

Dial to the sun, 171.

, figures on a, 282.

Die, and go we know not where,
31.

t stand the hazard of the, 62.

, because a woman's fair, 100.

—, taught us how to, 169.

, let us do or, 222.

—, heavenly days that cannot,
231.

—, who tell us love can, 247.

—, broke the, in moulding Sher-
idan, 268.

Dies and makes no sign, 60.

Digestion wait on appetite, 48.

Dignity and love in every gesture,
118.

Dine, wretches hang that jury-
men may, 164.

Dined, the bucks had, 208.

Dinner of herbs, better is, 7.

Dire was the noise of conflict, 117.

Discontent, the winter of our, 60.

, waste long nights in

pensive, M.

Discretest, best, 118.

Discretion the better part of valor,
M.

Disguise thyself as thou wilt, 300.

Disorder, most admired, 49.

Dissensions between hearts that
love, 255.

Distance lends enchantment, 248.

Distressed, griefs that harass the,
188.

Dividends, incarnation of fat, 286.

Divine, to forgive, 162.

, all save the spirit of man

is, 265.

Divinity in odd numbers, M.

doth hedge a king, M.

that shapes our ends, M.

that stirs within us, 150.

Doctor, dismissing the, 225.

Doctors, disagree, who shall de-
cide when, 160.

Doctrine, orthodox, 131.

Dog, living, better than dead lion,
9.

, let no, bark, 36.

, regardless of their, 194.

Door, sweetest thing beside, 228.
Dorian mood of flutes, 112.
Dotage, tears of, 188.
Double toil and trouble, 49.
Doubt the stars are fire, 80.
never stand to, 104.

Doubts are traitors, 30.
Dove, that I had wings like a, 6.
Doves, harmless as, 15.
,, moan of, 281.

Down, he that is, can fall no lower,
132.

among the dead men, 305.

Dread of something after death,
81.

Dream, the old men's, 139.

, forgotten, 232.

, consecration and the po-
et's, 238.

, a change came o'er the

spirit of my, 267.

, which was not all a, 269.

, life is but an empty, 287.

Dreams, we are such stun as, 27.

, so full of fearful, 61.

, pleasing, and slumbers

light, 253.

, like R dog he hunts in.

279.
Drink, if he thirst, give him, 21.

to me only, 98.

deep, or taste not,-161.

Drink, pretty creature, 228.
Driveller and a show, 188.
Drudgery, make, divine, 102.
Druid lies in yonder grave, 199.
Drum, not a. was heard, 272.
Drunken man, stagger like a, 6.
Dues, render unto all their, 21.
Dulness ever loves a joke, 166.
Dumb on their own merits, 226.
Duncan hath borne his faculties,

45.

is in his grave, M.

Dust thou art, 1.

, shalt thou return unto, 1.

, his enemies shall lick the, 5.

return to the earth, 9.

to dust, 13.

, smell sweet and blossom in

the, lu5.

, hearts dry as summer's, 239.

, the knight's bones are, 244.

, learned, 212.

Duty, perceive here a divided, 87.
Duties primal, shine aloft, 240.
Dying man to dying men, 136.

Eagle mewing her mighty youth,

128.
Eagles gather where the carcass

is, 17.
Eagle's fate and mine are one, 109.
Ear, word of promise to our, 52.

, give every man thy, 77.

, jewel in an Ethiop's, 72.

, more is meant than meets

the, 124.

, wrong sow by the, 184.

Earliest at his grave, 292.

Early to bed, 298.

Ears, let him hear that hath, 17.

, in my ancient, N.

Earth to earth, 13.

, salt of the, 14.

, put a girdle round the, M.

, thou sure and firm-set, 46.

, more things in heaven and,

79.

drinks up the rain, 107.

felt the wound, 119.

, so much of, 232.

, the common growth of

mother, 234. , but one beloved face on,

267.

Earth, truth crushed to, 285.

proudly wears the Parthe-
non, 285.

— , to smell a turf of fresh, 297.

Earthy, of the earth, M.

Ease in mine inn, M.

, he did with so much, 138.

and alternate labor, 183.

Eat, drink, and be merry, 18.

Eaten me out of house and home,
67.

Echo, applaud thee to the very,
51.

Eclipse, built in the, 123.

Ecstacy of love, 79.

Education forms the mind, 158.

, virtuous and noble,128.

Either, happy could I be with,
170.

Elegant sufficiency, 183.

Elephants, place, for want of
towns, 152.

Elements so mixed in him, 69.

Elms, immemorial, 280.

Eloquence, heavenly, 140.

Eloquent, old man, 126.

Elves, criticizing, 209.

Elysium, lap it in, 121.

Eminence, that bad, 112.

Empire, the course of, 172.
the rod of, 196.

Employment, wishing the worst,

176.

, how various his, 212.

Enchantment, distance lends, 248.
End, attempt the, 104.
Ends, thy country's, 63.
Endure, then pity, then embrace,

156.
Endured, not to be, 38.
Enemies, his, shall lick the dust, 5.

, naked to mine, 63.

Enemy, feed thine, 21.
Engineer, hoist with his own pe-

tar, 85.
England, with all thy faults, I
. love thee still, 211.

, ye gentlemen of, 304.

Enterprises, impediments to great,

296.
Envy withers at another's joy,

183.
Epitaph, believe a woman or an,

268.

Eye, heaven in her, 118.

, my great task-master's, 126.

, jaundiced, 162.

, defiance within his, 201.

, harvest of a quiet, 237.

Eyebrow, ballad made to his mis-
tress', 41.

Eyes to the blind, 4.

, no speculation in those, M.

, look your last, 74.

, drink' to me only with thine,

98.

Epitome, all mankind's, 140.

Equal to all things, 205.

Err, to, is human, 152.

Error writhes with pain, 285.

Errors like straws upon the sur-
face, 141.

, female, 163.

Eruption, bodes some strange, 75.

Estate, fallen from his high, 137.

Eternal sunshine, 203.

Eternity to man, 150.

mourns, 282.

Ethiopian, can the, change his
skin, 11.

Etrurian shades, 111.

Eve, from noon to dewy, 112.

, fairest of her daughters, 115.

Evening, welcome peaceful, 212.

, now came still, 116.

Events, coming, Mo.

, spirits of great, 246.

Ever charming, ever new, 186.

Every thing by starts, 140.

Evidence of things not seen, M.

Evil, sufficient unto the day is
the, 14.

, be not overcome of, 21.

communications corrupt

good manners, 22.

report and good report, M.

, money is the root of all, M.

that men do lives after them,

67.

—:— be thou my good, 115.

still educing good, 185.

, universal good, 155.

Evils, chose the least of two, 147.

Excel, 'tis useless to, 191.

Excess, wasteful and ridiculous,
54.

Expectation, better bettered, M.

Experience to make me sad, 42.

Extremes in nature, 160.

Eye for eye, 2.

—, let everv, negotiate for itself,
32.

in a fine frenzy rolling, M.

, looking on it with lack-
lustre, 40.

, more peril in thine, 72.

, white wench's black, 73.

, in my mind's, 77.

— sublime declared absolute
rule, 115.

. •, rapt soul sitting in thine,

124.

, not a friend to close his, 137.

, history in a nation's, 195.

the glow-worm lend thee, 104.

rain influence, 125.

, a man with large gray, 229.

, soul within her, 267.

Face, the mind's construction in

the, 45.

, visit her, too roughly, 76.

, human, divine, 114.

, no tenth transmitter of a

foolish, 181. , can't I another's, commend,

192. , music breathing from her,

265. in many a solitary place,

235. , to his eve there was but one

beloved, 267.

, finer form or lovelier, 253.

Faces, the old familiar, 248.
Facts, indebted to his imagination

for his, 220.
Faculties, so meek, hath borne

his, 45.
Faculty divine, 239.
Fade, all that's bright must, 256.
Failings leaned to virtue's side,

203.
Fair, is she not passing, 27.

is foul, 44.

, none but the brave deserve

the, 137.
Faith, we walk by, M.

, remember your work of, 23.

, I have kept the, 24.

, substance of things hoped

| for, 24.

Faith, no tricks in plain and sim-
ple, 68.

, his, perhaps might be

wrong, 107.

, lor modes of, 156.

and morals, Milton held,

231.

, amaranthine flower of, 235.

, belief had ripened into, 240.

a passionate intuition, 240.

in woman kind, 281.

Faithful among the faithless, 117.

Falcon towering in her pride, 47.

Fall, O what a, was there, 68.

Falling-off was there, N.

Falsehood under saintly show,
115.

Fame is the spur, 123. ,

, damned to everlasting, 157.

, hard to climb the steep of,

208.

, the martyrdom of, 268.

Fame's proud temple, 208.

Familiar, be, not vulgar, 77.

Famous to all ages, 128.

by my pen, 169.

, awoke and found myself,

270.

Fancies, troubled with thick-com-
ing, 51.

, men's more giddy than

women's, 229.

Fancy, chewing the food of sweet
and bitter, 42.

, homebound, 282.

Fancy's rays the hills adorning,
223.

Fantasies throng into my mem-
ory, 121.

Fare thee well! and if forever, 269.

Farewell to all my greatness, 63.

happy fields, Ill.

hope, fear, remorse, 115.

, that fatal word, 266.

Farmers embattled stood, 285.

Fat, who drives fat oxen should
^ himself, 190.

Fashion passeth away, 22.

, glass of, 82.

Fast and furious, 221.

Fat, let mo have men that are,
M.

Fate, take a bond of, 60.

, fixed, 113.

Fate, roll darkling down the tor-
rent of, U8.
Father, no more like my, 76.

of all, in every age, 163.

Faults, be to her, a little blind,

147. , with all thy, I love thee

still, 211.
Favorite, to be a prodigal's, 237.
Fawning, thrift may follow, 83.
Fear, perfect love casteth out, M.

, with hope, farewell, 115.

Fearfully and wonderfully made,

6.
Fears, saucy doubts and, M.

make us traitors, M.

, our hopes belied our, 273.

Feast, bare imagination of a, M.

of nectared sweets, 122.

of reason, 165.

Feather, of his own, espied a, 109.

, a wit's a, 157.

, to waft a, 174.

Feature, cheated of, 61.

Feel, would make us, must feel

themselves, 209.
Feelings, great, came to them, 278.
Feels, meanest thing that, 232.
Feet beneath her petticoat, 103.

like snails did creep, 104.

, standing with reluctant, 288.

Felicity, we make or find our

own, 188.
Fell, I do not like thee, Doctor,

145.
Fellow that hath had losses, M.
of infinite jest, 85.

Fellow-feeling makes us kind, 193.
Female, one, lost the devil half
the kind, 142.

errors fall, 163.

Fens, bogs, dens, etc., 113.
Fever, after life's fitful, 48.
Few are chosen, 17.

know their own good, 141.

Fibs, ask me no questions and

1 '11 tell no, 205.
Fiction, fairy, drest, 195.

-, truth stranger than, Mo.

Field, lilies of the, 14.

be lost, what though the,

110.
Fields, 'a babbled of green, M. , farewell happy, 111.

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